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Why do Dogs chew?

Every dog chews, but if you have noticed your dog chews a lot, you may be wondering why.  You may even be wondering if it’s because she has some kind of medical or behavioral problem.  There are actually a lot of reasons why dogs chew, and why some dogs chew more than others.  Some of the reasons are a cause for concern, and some of them aren’t.    Here are a few innocuous reasons your dog may chew more than average:   You may have a breed that does a lot of chewing, like a Jack Russell Terrier or a..  - Read More

What to Buy for the Dog That Chews

Do you have a dog breed like Golden Retriever that loves to chew everything?  If so, you will need to put some extra thought (and expense) into making sure that your dog has everything he needs to stay entertained without destroying everything you have bought for him.  It is pretty frustrating to spend $100 on a dog bed only to find you have to replace it a few months later, and nothing is more annoying than coming home to find your couch cushions in tatters.   With dogs that chew, you have two primary considerations:   You need indestructible dog..  - Read More

Does Your Dog Need A Crate?

New dog owners are sometimes baffled by the concept of dog crates.  You might look at a dog crate and think, “I wouldn’t want to be penned up inside a cage.  Why on earth would my dog?”  You might even make the assumption that dog crates are cruel.  The reality though is that you are not a dog, and a canine is not a human.  Dogs have a natural instinct to den, and many canines sleep for up to 16 hours a day.  For a dog, a crate can be a territorial refuge, a cozy little spot that feels like..  - Read More

5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Happy

If you are new to pet ownership, you may have thought about your dog’s physical health, but have you thought about his psychological health?  Psychological health is every bit as important as physical health, and ultimately the two are dependent on one another.  A bored or frustrated dog can quickly become a destructive dog, and one which suffers from needless stress.  Stress can translate into physical ailments.  A happy, mentally stable dog on the other hand is subjected to less stress and is better able to weather injuries and illnesses, and may be less prone to them altogether.  Here are..  - Read More

Tips for Leaving Your Dog Home Alone

Sometimes there will be occasions where you’ll have to leave your dog alone at home while you step out to do errands or work.  While it’s not a good idea to leave a dog home alone for very long time periods, you can't be tied to your home just because you now own a pet.  How can you keep your dog (relatively) happy while you’re out for a few hours?   Your dog will miss you while you are out, and that’s a given.  But there are things you can do to help your dog to weather the hours of..  - Read More

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